Harry Potter star Daniel Radcliffe and his villainous movie uncle Richard Griffiths are set to team up on the London stage for a revival of Peter Shaffer's Equus. Radcliffe will reportedly make his theatrical debut in the drama, which will open on the West End stage in January (07), and recent Tony Award-winner Griffiths is in negotiations to co-star. Teenage pin-up Radcliffe will play an emotionally-troubled boy prone to nudity and the blinding of horses, while Griffiths is slated to portray his psychiatrist. The two actors join an impressive list of stars who have taken on roles in the controversial drama, which won the 1975 Tony Award for Best Play. They include Peter Firth and SIR Anthony Hopkins. Firth and Richard Burton starred in the 1977 film version.